How do I upload images on a monitor while shooting?

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photonut2008
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Re: How do I upload images on a monitor while shooting?

Thurnau wrote:

If I was shooting in front of a corporate client, what's the best way to allow the client/director to view the photos as I take them on my D500?

Is this "snap bridge" or is this a different software needed? This would be my first time attempting this.

It would be nice to see exposure though I use the curves on my screen just fine, but for micro-adjustments, composing model poses, and verifying lighting style, it would be nice to let the client see without running to a PC or trying to view on my tiny D500 screen. Also live feedback is good for reducing the workload later in Lr.

I would presume that the best way to go is to use a laptop and Capture One. See:

https://learn.captureone.com/blog-posts/shooting-tethered-with-capture-one-pro-7/

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